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Re: per-person SMTP client

also sprach Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au> [2005.01.26.0230 +0100]:
> your best bet is to rent a co-lo server somewhere and run postfix
> on it.

I am doing so, currently using TLS client certificates to
authenticate relaying. However, certificates expire and I do not
have a real CA infrastructure, so management is just a little too
much when the number of workstations rises as it did since the
beginning of the new year.

So, instead of requiring admin control of the postfix clients I want
my users to have SMTP clients they can control, which integrate well
with the rest of UNIX.

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